Heathrow posters do not speak for us
I SEE that, once again, Heathrow expansion campaign co-ordinator Rob Gray is speaking for ‘us’,
Trying to convince us that growth for the ever expanding local airport is gaining support.
My wife and myself quite often travel to towns in east London by train. We see large posters on the platforms, propagandising the locals into believing that the west London locals near Heathrow are supportive of the scheme.
If Mr Rob Gray is so sure of his facts, how come I have never seen any of these posters in the local area?
We are already lumbered with ‘low emission zones’ on the approaches to the airport, in a attempt to keep the emissions low enough to avoid EU fines.
So why is Mr Gray so intent on worsening air pollution, noise levels and reducing living conditions here? Surely not vested interest?
Does he even live near the airport? resurfacing, The areas covered were: Eastcote 4 roads; Ruislip five roads; Northwood three roads; Uxbridge five roads; Hayes five roads; West Drayton only one road.
We have been waiting for Classon Close, Thatcher Close and Swan Road to be resurfaced for the last two years. The quality or the roads are deteriorating day by day.
Being a resident of West Drayton I feel that this area has been neglected compared to other areas in the council.
West Drayton has lot of traffic being in close proximity of motorway and train station, I would like to see more attention given to this area by the local authority. would like to say a big “Thank you” for doing this job. Well done Sir!